Cat Facts

We all know cats are amazing creatures, full of quirky habits that keep us entertained and baffled at the best of times. Here are some interesting facts about cats that you may not have known.

Cats paw (repeatedly treading on a spot – often its owner) to mark their territory. Cats sweat through the bottom of their paws and rub this off as a marking mechanism.

Cats have 30 permanent teeth, while adult humans have 32. All the more reason to munch more of that delicious Lucky Pet pure fish. (Not you! The cat.).

The lifespan of cats is usually between 15 and 20 years.

Cats have a heart rate of between 120 and 240 beats per minute, but its known to increase slightly whenever a can of Lucky Pet pure fish is opened.

The world record for the cat with most toes belongs to Jake who has 28 toes, with 7 on each paw. (Cats with more than 5 toes on a paw are called polydactyl cats).

Sir Isaac Newton is not only credited with the laws of gravity but is also credited with inventing the cat flap. Ingenious – especially when a cat needs a scoop of some of that delicious Lucky Pet pure fish.

A female cat will be pregnant for approximately 9 weeks or between 62 and 65 days from conception to delivery.

Your cat purrs at about 26 cycles per second, the same frequency as an idling diesel engine.

It is said that a cat that falls out of a 20-storey building has a better chance of surviving than one falling out of a 7-storey building. It takes at least 7 stories to co-ordinate itself to land on its feet.

If your cat is near you and its tail is quivering, this is the greatest expression of love it can give. You probably fed your cat Lucky Pet didn’t you?.

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